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Drop a program into System Tray

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When the program is run.......
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http://www.iconlabs.net/

go here, they have an ocx file called corner pocket with example included.

If that will not cut it for ya, go to www.windows95.com and do a search for vb AND ocx AND tray

Many different ocx's are there which will do this for you.
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